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condos51 condos51
Publié le 12/22/06 à 03:30
Dj Cafait a year I use this amp, and even asking a lot of power, never dcu.

A fishing impressive, comparable to apk4500 but with a slightly worse because only four transistors per channel for six against apk4500.

set by the dtail, it is heavy and is 3U.

he saw two large LED meters handy because you can know where we stand.

RCA and XLR inputs and outputs on screw terminals.

Like most amps sound system 1980 1990, this amp is very well designed and trs solid, even under hard evidence he fears nothing.

proof, I had a baptism in the family, it fesais 37 in the room, the amp in a rack with apk4500 below, the two amps trs often with LED red light ca heater ca strong but hold out, 8 hours and no problems at this level.

I recommend this amp as well as "some" powerful, it is good for trs two pairs of speakers.

Power: 145W x 2 RMS / 8 ohms and 230W RMS x 2 / 4 ohms.

So still a great product POWER 80s.

see my other opinion on the power amps ...
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